LATE from Wolftown Interview

Late from Wolftown gives an exclusive interview to our mates at TheUrbanShop that was used on the dvd “100% Exclusive”. Late is member of the South Park Coalition ( SPC) and this video as clips from his music videos “They Don’t want To See Me Blow” and “I’m A Saint I’m A Sinner” ft K Rino, KB Da Kidnappa.



Rapper K of Sout Park Coalition

rapper k

rapper k

What inspired you to become a recording artist?
I used to write poems when I was younger and being around the best rapper ever, K-Rino…I just fell in love with the rap game.

When did you release your first song?

June, 2008

What have you released to date?

Long Time Coming

Where do you live?
South Park in Houston, TX

What’s the music scene like there?
Lots of styles and lots of energy

Tell people about your latest release and where people can buy it on-line?
It’s about real-life situations. The album will make you dance, laugh and cry, but most important, it will make you think. You can purchase the cd on and also on

What would your dream collaboration be?

I would have to say Scarface. I like his style and delivery.

What was the last album you purchased?
K-Rino’s “Triple Darkness Series”

Have you got any footage on YouTube?

Yes…cameos on all of K-Rino’s videos

What do you do to relax?

Fishing and shooting pool.

What’s your favourite radio station?
90.1 KPFT in Houston, TX

Before you go give us your website and MySpace address.

RAPPER K – Long Time Coming

RAPPER K - Long Time Coming

RAPPER K - Long Time Coming

RAPPER K – Long Time Coming (Black Book International USA – Album)

Rapper K is the latest member of South Park Coalition to drop a full-length album. ‘Long Time Coming’ is a fifteen track album mostly produced by ex-Rap-A-Lot Records artist Dope-E. Now I’m a be honest, Rapper K’s flow and style is kind of basic, don’t expect mad fast double-tempo flows, also don’t expect lyrics of materialism either, as this is straight uplifting, knowledge ridden positive Hip-Hop. It does show however show great crossover potential with jazz-fused cuts like ‘Live And Learn’ and ‘I’ll Get Back To You’. The biggest cut on this album though has to be ‘South Park’ where Rapper K goes hard alongside SPC veterans like K-Rino, Klondike Kat and Dope-E. Thugstar and Murder One also kill it on ‘Hit The Highway’ and K-Rino on ‘I Ain’t No Gangsta’ is something else! This album is a well rounded debut from Rapper K and is another notch on SPC’s belt. Good music with stamina.

Rapper K
South Park Coalition

Review by Phillip Gates